Marines Magazine

The Official Magazine of the United States Marine Corps

Subscribe by RSS

Cpl. Michail C. Wolff puts Lance Cpl Michael E. Klepfer Jr., in an armbar. The communications signal collectors at Headquarters Marine Corps Crpypologic Support Battalion during a brown and black belt Marine Corps Martial Arts Program course Oct. 6, 2011. The three hour a day, three week course held at Fort Meade, Md., built physical and mental disciplines for the Marines to become better warriors.

Cpl. Michail C. Wolff puts Lance Cpl Michael E. Klepfer Jr., in an armbar. The communications signal collectors at Headquarters Marine Corps Crpypologic Support Battalion during a brown and black belt Marine Corps Martial Arts Program course Oct. 6, 2011. The three hour a day, three week course held at Fort Meade, Md.,  built physical and mental disciplines for the Marines to become better warriors.

Cpl. Michail C. Wolff puts Lance Cpl Michael E. Klepfer Jr., in an armbar. The communications signal collectors at Headquarters Marine Corps Crpypologic Support Battalion during a brown and black belt Marine Corps Martial Arts Program course Oct. 6, 2011. The three hour a day, three week course held at Fort Meade, Md., built physical and mental disciplines for the Marines to become better warriors.